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DVD Stuck in DVD Players

DVD PLAYED IN DVD, BUT WHEN I TRIED TO EJECT IT, LOCK KEEPS DISPLAY ON THE SCREEN. I TRIED TURNING IF OFF AND PRESSING PLAY AT THE SAME TIME BUT TO NO AVAIL. ANY OTHER SUGGESTIONS

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  • chloeandjosh Apr 01, 2008

    Can't eject DVD 'lock' appears on display screen. Have tried unplugging but that doesn't work.

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Unplug the power cord from the back for 10 seconds

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